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Tag Archives: Public Education
How well do we pay the teachers of our children? Are they over paid? Are they under paid? Do they work too hard? Do they get too much time off? Do those who ‘can’t do, teach?’ Four studies (by left … Continue reading
The myth of the extraordinary teacher. My good friend and former colleague, Douglas Forasté of California State University at Long Beach, shared this with me today. Anyone who has met me knows that I love my job. I love … Continue reading
The Smithsonian recently discovered previously unpublished photographs from the Scopes Monkey Trial. I recently posted an article marking the anniversary of the trial, “This Day in History – July 10” outlining the significance of the case. You can view these photo’s … Continue reading
A great blog, Once an Educator, just posted an excellent blog about the role that tablets can play in education. In the Philippines now, there’s been talk of schools adapting the use of tablets for basic education. Tablets, being the … Continue reading
On July 10, 1925 opening statements began in the famous “Scopes Monkey Trial.” The case, brought against High School Biology teacher John T. Scopes, brought to the forefront the issue of teaching evolution in schools. John Scopes had introduced the controversial … Continue reading
It’s that time of year when many high school seniors are donning silly hats and listening to clichéd speeches about the future. They are also making decisions about whether or not to attend college. A recent survey released by PEW … Continue reading